There’s something for everyone
They’re all fantastic, and each one meets a different specialist photographic need
With far-reaching updates over both the D800 and D800e, the new D810 is a spectacular camera that, for our money, is the best ‘enthusiast’ D-SLR on the market today. The combination of its new 36.3-megapixel image sensor, EXPEED 4 image processor and revamped autofocus module ensure excellent performance. Image quality boasts levels of fine detail and texture that you’d normally associate with medium-format cameras. It’s superb for any photographic tasks that require the ultimate in resolving power. The down side is that, for travel, sports and other scenarios where you can end up with large numbers of shots, the very large image and data sizes can make for slowgoing workflow. The maximum drive rate of five frames per second is also the slowest of any current Nikon FX camera.
There’s certainly no lack of speed from the D4s, which takes even the fastest action sports and wildlife in its stride. The camera’s credentials for portraiture are also boosted by its built-in vertical grip and, money no object, it’s simply the best Nikon D-SLR of all time. The relatively small